From 1990 to 2001, Buddhism grew in the United States by 170 percent and is now the fourth most practiced religion in America. As of 2004, there were approximately 350-500 million Buddhists in the world. It’s easy to see why Buddhism is becoming more and more popular. Buddhism offers moral guidance and direction without requiring any accountability or obligation to a god. It offers peace, tranquility and enlightenment through meditation, and it promises additional chances at life through reincarnation.
Are you prepared to talk to somebody who is a Buddhist, or who is considering Buddhism? Who was Buddha? What did he teach? How do his teachings line up with what the Bible teaches? Learn answers to these questions and others.
"Buddhism: An Overview" by Charlie Campbell
|BUDDHISM: An Examination of the World's Fourth Largest Religion (DVD)
by Charlie Campbell
Siddhartha Gautama (also known as “The Buddha”) was born in approximately 480 B.C. in present day Nepal. Today there are between 350-500 million people who follow his teachings. Who was Siddhartha Gautama? Why has Buddhism become so popular? What do Buddhists believe? How do Siddhartha’s teachings line up with what the Bible teaches? In this fascinating DVD, Charlie Campbell answers these questions and others. DVD length: 65 minutes. This DVD was shot in a widescreen format and contains many of the images Charlie uses in his PowerPoint presentation. Click here to purchase ($11.95).
|SO WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE? A Look at 20 Worldviews, Faiths and Religions and How They Compare to Christianity (Book)
by Fritz Ridenour
Over one million sold! This new and expanded edition of Fritz Ridenour's So What's the Difference? is a great introduction to the religions of the world by a Christian author. If you want an overview of when the religions of the world started, who started them, and what they teach, you'll be greatly helped by this book! The author explores and explains the basic tenets of 20 worldviews, religions and faiths, including:
Paperback, 256 pages. Click here to purchase.
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